Northern Seas & Coasts: Ornithological highlights from Scotlands northern waters
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Thank you for deciding to join us in Elgin for the 2020 Scottish Birdwatchers' Conference. Please complete the form below to book your place(s) online.
The charge for the conference is £35 (incl. VAT) per person. A limited number of discounted places are available to under 25s and students, priced at £25. This includes registration fee, lunch and teas/coffees. Please book online no later than 28th February. Booking will be confirmed by email (or post, as applicable). If you have not received confirmation within 14 days of making your booking, please call 01875 871330. We regret that no refunds can be issued after 8th March 2020.
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SOC brings together like-minded individuals with a passion for birds, nature and conservation through a programme of talks, outings, conferences and via the Club’s quarterly journal, Scottish Birds.